A Guide to New York
WHERE TO STAY
The New York Edition
Undoubtedly New York’s chicest new place to stay, this Flatiron hotel’s decadent décor drew inspiration from the Golden Age. But the grandeur of the Gold Bar and ClocK tower restaurant belies the polished black, white and walnut room interiors, which are a welcome retreat after a nightcap at either of the glamorous locales—which incidentally are worth a trip, hotel guest or otherwise.
WHERE TO EAT
No trip to New York is complete with out a lox bagel, and the newly opened Sadelle’s is the perfect brunch spot to tick that box. Equal parts chaotic and decadent, you’ll enjoy all the people watching trendy SoHo has to offer, with bagels good enough to match any of New York’s more established institutions.